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Pay Equity And Why It Matters

Pay Equity And Why It Matters

Have you ever wondered how your compensation compares to your peers? One of the first things you learn about the workplace is that it’s taboo to talk about salaries and wages, but not knowing has made it harder to negotiate pay and to advocate for yourself. But why does it matter? In theory, you should […]

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Why is gender diversity important? How to build an inclusive work culture.

Why is gender diversity important? How to build an inclusive work culture.

From Guest Contributor:  Valentina Wilson Gender diversity in the workplace refers to an equal ratio of men and women working together. To have a productive working environment, an equal ratio of men, women, and other genders is required. Gender diversity signifies that men and women are hired at a balanced rate, they both are equally […]

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The Job Search During the Pandemic

The Job Search During the Pandemic

The job market is still alive O.K. so here’s the real scoop, searching for and interviewing for jobs in the Canadian market looks totally different now than it did a year ago. Totally, totally different. Job seekers are now in the position of having to not only navigate the difficulty of the standard job search, […]

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Anti-Racism Resources for Canadians

Anti-Racism Resources for Canadians

For the black women in our community, we know the past several weeks have been filled with stressful, painful, and traumatic experiences. For many white and non-black people of colour, the past few weeks have been eye-opening, showing many of us that we have much to learn.   To support this journey, we have compiled […]

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The Successes and Challenges of Visible Minority Women in Canada

The Successes and Challenges of Visible Minority Women in Canada

Last year Statistics Canada released a report on the economic wellbeing and education levels of visible minority women. Statistics Canada defines visible minority as “persons, other than Aboriginal peoples, who are non-Caucasian in race or non-white in colour’”.  Here are some highlights that identify the successes and challenges of visible minority women when it comes […]

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